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... Also Spain was cool too because they had people dancing and all dressed up in costumes!
A 3 hour bus ride later and a nice nap we were back in Nancy and I couldn’t wait to get back to my apartment to lay down and take some cough medicine. I think everyone was just so tired from that day, especially with all the walking around. I just remember getting back to my room and passing out from exhaustion, but it was a fun ...
... a do not disturb sign on the door for 48hrs, that’s a caring front office team! Despite the best
intentions to make it out to the Black Forest, we failed miserably due to the late nights, so will have to save that for a return visit. We’re actually facing the prospect of arriving in Munich a little beered out…. Oh, and Freiburg is a lovely town btw.
The stellplatz we stayed at was the car park for the exhibition centre on the edge of town. For the first time, we had the campsite to ourselves! First stop after breakfast was the supermarket to stock up for our last few days on the road. By now we have worked out where to buy food, how to operate the trollies, and how to pay (don’t assume they accept Visa or Mastercard). Visitors on a tour bus miss out on these cultural highlights!The neighbouring city of Villingen, an ...
... and so Friedrichshafen is a very wealthy little city!
In the afternoon, we took the ferry to the ancient city of Konstanz, on the other side of the lake. Konstanz is celebrating 400 years since the Council of Konstanz - the meeting at which the three popes came together to sort out who was going to be the one pope to lead the church. We had a lovely afternoon exploring the old buildings and immersing ourselves in the ...
... has been immortalised in film and books and it is this image that has transformed the forest from local villages with simple traditions to tourist centres for skiing, hiking, cures and for just getting away from it all. Because the Schwarzwald is so big, it is separated into northern, middle and high/south sections.
We picked up some supplies in Neustadt and continued along driving almost up to the summit of ...